Firekind Book 2

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Pub Date 21 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 16 Feb 2023

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A faceless evil moves in the shadows of Caelith…

Just when they’re reunited, Poppy and Thom are ripped apart, prevented from joining the Firekind in the fight against the nephyl. Captive in her father’s house and battling for her life, Poppy comes face to face with the dangers of living in Caelith and a treacherous new elemental. Mysteriously, the Firekind have disappeared, and she fears the worst.

Unsure if Poppy is alive, Thom must journey perilous roads to Symsara, seeking help from his estranged sister. Katla might stab him in the back, but she’s the key to navigating the sordid underworld hiding the information he needs.

Above all, a threat beyond imagining, fueled by the wiles of the nephyl, is poised to destroy Caelith and with it elementalkind. Against staggering odds, Thom and Poppy must join with dubious and unusual allies, pushing the boundaries of the possible to rescue their homeland before it’s corrupted beyond saving.

A faceless evil moves in the shadows of Caelith…

Just when they’re reunited, Poppy and Thom are ripped apart, prevented from joining the Firekind in the fight against the nephyl. Captive in her...

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I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I really enjoyed this book, almost as much as I enjoyed the first one. Watching Poppy grow as a character that stands up for herself and what she wants was so lovely after the first book where it felt like she didn't have as much control over her own destiny.

The ending? HEARTBROKEN. My heart still hurts. I loved it though.


[ I really wished Poppy and Thom spent more time together throughout the book, since they are only reunited at the ~70% mark. I wanted them to have more time together to really grow the relationship, since it felt kind of mashed together into the end there. (hide spoiler)]

Overall, I recommend this book for sure

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I was so lucky to read an early copy of this story and I loved every second of it. This book is a journey-both literally and emotionally-following Poppy and Thom as they find their ways back to each other after the events of Firekind, book 1 in this epic series. The writing is gorgeous with Crocker’s signature flowing prose, sublime descriptions, and fast-paced action. I couldn’t put Firedawn down, and I want to thank the author so much for my early copy. Poppy and Thom forever!

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I reread FireKind and then jumped right into FireDawn. It picks up pretty close to where the first left off so we don't have a huge gap of time to guess about. I also enjoyed being able to spend more time in Caelith.
The ending was heart breaking but I loved it.
I've got my fingers crossed that there will be a book 3 that gives resolution to things that were left hanging in this book.

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So I must admit I had to go back and read the first book FireKind and then I came back and read this one. It picks up pretty close to where the last one left off so you didn't miss a beat. The writing is done beautifully and the character development is done well It continues to follow the journey of poppy and thom as they find their way back to one another. The book is fast-paced and full of action and will keep your attention as a reader. I will say that I wish Poppy and thom could have spent more time together and that the ending completely broke me overall this was a very good book.

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